• Age: 23
  • Nationality: Colombia
  • Languages: Italian, French, Spanish, and English

Volunteer experiences

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Experience in Belgium

Non-Profit Project Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium Feb/2023

Building & Repairing

Review written by the host

Camilo is a delight to have had in our little community. He helped us in the renovation works: working hard to move old bricks out, cooking delicious meals, and cleaning. He’s independent, respectful and has strong values! Thanks for your time here, and for those who are looking to host Camilo, don’t hesitate!

  • Building & Repairing
  • Painting & Decorating
  • Arts
  • Commitment
  • Responsibility
  • Communication
  • Sociability
  • Flexibility
  • Proactivity
  • English
  • French
  • Italian
  • Spanish

Experience in Spain

Animal Shelter Girona, Spain Dec/2022

Animal Care, Social Work, and Building & Repairing

Host didn’t write a review
Review written by Camilo

The shelter is nice place in the mountains where we take are of rescued animals. This experience helped me understand deeper what a sanctuary is, all the processes and, of course, the animals welfare! The tasks can be a bit hard, but it's totally worth it! I enjoyed it so much that I extended my stay two months more! I like that the community has also a voice in other current social movements. Perfect for connecting with people, animals and learning about veganism and much more.

Experience in Belgium

Non-Profit School Antwerpen, Belgium Sep/2022

Cooking, Kitchen Hand, and Bartending

Review written by the host

It was really nice to have Camilo working here in the restaurant. He is sociable, good with the other volunteers and the guest here. Also smart and responsible. I would recommend him. Thank you for your time and energy Camilo!

  • Kitchen Hand
  • Sociability
  • English
  • Spanish

Review written by Camilo

The school is a nice place to be. The tasks might be confusing since volunteers are in charge of serving, cleaning and other things related to the restaurant besides cooking. Sometimes can be a bit boring since the menu changes every two weeks, so there's not much new things to do or learn. It kinda feels like a job, I'd like it to be more of a volunteer experience, since it's not easy to meet other people and the hosts don't seem very interested in other activities besides the work. Alistair is very nice, he's open and very easy to talk to. Bed & the school are great! Sadly, not fully vegan.

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Writing articles for the Worldpackers Blog


  • Spanish 6
  • English 6
  • Italian 3
  • French 3


I'm an expert!
  • Housekeeping 2
  • Reception 2
  • Animal Care 1
  • Kitchen Hand 1
  • Night Shift 1
  • Content Writer
  • Cooking
  • Social Media
  • Teaching Languages
Some experience
  • Arts 1
  • Cleaning 1
  • Gardening 1
  • Painting & Decorating 1
  • Social Work 1
  • Administration
  • Child Care
  • Farming
  • Photography
  • Tour Guide
  • Video Making
I want to learn it
  • Building & Repairing 3
  • Bartending
  • Music
  • Party Promoter
  • Teaching Sports
  • Web Developer

About me as an author

Viajes, literatura y periodismo.

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I finished a masters degree in Spanish as a Foreign Language. I studied Languages in Colombia and completed the internship in Argentina. Then moved to Spain to study the master and I’m in Germany doing to internship.

Work experience

I have worked in some companies in Colombia that I really don’t need to mention. Then, I’ve been volunteering a lot since 2019, mostly in hostels but also in other fields, for example in a rescued-dogs shelter. I’m currently teaching Spanish in a German university and privately.

Travel experience

I’ve been to two continents only, but I’m very fortunate that I’m always going somewhere else and moving around. The last country I traveled to for tourism was Ecuador and the last one I’ve been is Germany.